The following links below encourages boards of trustees/governing boards, administrators, teachers, and parents to participate in the process for adopting rules that affect public education in Texas. It will also assist in complying with the requirements of Texas Education Code (TEC), §39.001, which requires the commissioner of education to solicit input from stakeholders who may be affected by proposed rules adopted under TEC, Chapter 39, Public School System Accountability.
The links are as follows:
• Commissioner of education rules
• SBOE rules
• SBEC rules
As part of this outreach effort, TEA has developed new electronic forms to help stakeholders submit public comments on proposed rules. A form for commenting on proposed commissioner of education and SBOE rules and a separate form for commenting on proposed SBEC rules are available on the web pages listed above.
TEA has also provided a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to answer questions you may have on the public comment process for proposed rulemaking. If you have any additional questions regarding the public comment process, you may contact the TEA Rulemaking Unit at (512) 475-1497 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEM camp for students accepted into the 2018 7th and 9th grade STEM Academy will take place on July 30th - August 2. Click above for more details.
Parents, please keep in mind when purchasing school supplies and clothing for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year that Sheldon ISD schools will be reverting back to former dress code policies, as it was before Hurricane Harvey. For example, all backapcks must by clear or mesh--no exceptions.
Parents, please keep in mind when purchasing school supplies and clothing for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year that Sheldon ISD schools will be reverting back to former dress code policies, as it was before Hurricane Harvey. For example, all backpacks must by clear or mesh--no exceptions.
Garrett Elementary is so excited to have the Accelerated Reading (AR) program this year. It's all about practice. AR encourages substantial differentiated reading practice to create strong readers. Based on each student's independent reading level, AR helps teachers set personalized goals for each student, and guide students to books difficult enough to keep them challenged, but not so difficult to cause frustration.
In addition, students earn rewards and acknowledgements for the points they earn by reading each book. Please stop by the Garrett Elementary Lbrary this summer to check it out.
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The Summer Scholars Algebra Camp begins on June 5 at Null Middle School from 7:45-2:15. Students who submitted a transportation form by the deadline can contact the Sheldon ISD Transportation Department for information about bus routes.
Current Manor ISD Executive Director of Student Services and Safety Dr. Keith Brooks was named the new C. E. King High School Principal and Executive Director of Secondary Education at May 15 Sheldon ISD School Board meeting in the Ney Administration Boardroom.
Dr. Brooks will be replacing Dr. Demetrius McCall who has accepted a position as the district’s new Assistant Superintendent for Administration.